KaKAO: The laugh of doom

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Kakao has always been a force to be reckoned with. Here we look at his past and how he impacts Invictus Gaming This Thursday, the 2015 World Championships will start with Fnatic playing against on Invictus Gaming. Fnatic went undefeated in the regular season in Europe, while iG secured the Chinese third seed. For iG, the eyes will be set…

EnVyUs wins Gfinity Champion of Champions

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Team EnVyUs have secured first place at Gfinity’s $100,000 Champion of Champions  tournament after defeating Fnatic 3-2. The win marks a significant milestone for the French roster, as this is the first time they have managed to defeat Fnatic in a multi-map series. EnVyUs looked like they were going to make quick work of the series early one, taking both of…

The Favorites SKT T1 Worlds 2015

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  The Favorites It´s no secret, the Team around Faker is for the most people the clear Favorite to win this years World Championship. With a long winning streak in the Season and a clear win against kt Rolster, SKT T1 the most consistent team this summer.Sure the Fnatic run through the season was impressive but Let’s be real, its…

Champion of Champions: nV and fnatic to finals

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Team EnVyUs and fnatic have both secured their place in the grandfinals of Gfinity’s Champion of Champions show tournament. The first day of the Champion of Champion’s tournament at EGX closed out today with fnatic and Team EnVyUs both defeating their opponents in the two best-of-five matches of the day. Both match-ups went the full five maps, with fnatic narrowly…

Worlds: Group B Preview and Predictions

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Group B looks exciting, but can Fnatic, IG, and ahq continue their impressive streaks through a metagame upheaval and some weaker playoff performances? (Photo courtesy of lolesports.com) Group B – The West’s Last Great Hope Group B looks to provide some of the strongest and most exciting action in the group stages, where the European juggernauts Fnatic hope to punch…

The Prodigious Successor – Fabian "Febiven" Diepstraten

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In the build up to the Season 5 World Championship I have decided to take a look at one of Europe’s finest new talents and a key player for Fnatic, Fabian “Febiven” Diepstraten. From the ashes  The end of Season 4 was seemingly rough for Fnatic, they were drawn into last year’s “Group of Death” with OMG, Samsung Blue and…

Revisiting an international rivalry in the LCS era: Cloud 9 vs. Fnatic

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When Riot Games introduced the League Championship Series, there were a lot of games to look forward to. We would get to see CLG vs. TSM a lot more often. SK vs. Fnatic would also be a match we could often enjoy. What we would miss though, were the games between Korea, China, Taiwan, Europe and North America. In this…

ESL Pro League ESEA Season 2: First week recap

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The first week of ESL Pro League ESEA Season 2 is now over, and as usual, it’s time for a quick recap. The first week is finally over and what a great week this was. There is a long road for the title, and we have already seen that some teams really want it. The European league and the North…

Interview with Fnatic.Dj "We want to be the champions"

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Fnatic’s new squad is dominating the SEA region again and at the centre of their success is Djardel ‘Dj’ Mampusti. Today we caught up with Dj and talked about his time at Rave, transition to Fnatic and Malaysia and his new role.  The interview was conducted on 15 September by Pranjal Drall via Skype. Hi Chrissy, how are you doing today? I’m…

The Fnatic‘s formulae: Assembling of the open era’s greatest lineup

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  For Counter-strike lovers and enthusiasts, Fnatic is a household brand. Boasting numerous trophies and legendary players, one can make a case that fnatic is the greatest organization ever in Counter-strike. Little remember, however, how struggling the team was to find its footing in CS:GO. Wind of Change: July 9th 2013, Fnatic abandoned their CSGO squad. No, not that one!…

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